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August 06th, 2014 6 Comments

Veggie Mee Goreng (Fried Noodles)

Veggie Mee Goreng

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Veggie Mee Goreng (Fried Noodles) Recipe

Serves 2-3 people | Prep Time: 20 Minutes | Cook Time: 5 Minutes

Ingredients:

3 tablespoons cooking Oil
2 cloves garlic, finely minced
3 pieces dried bean curd, cut into small pieces
1 potato, boiled, peeled, and sliced into wedges
1 big tomato, cut into wedges
A handful fresh bean sprouts
1 lb fresh yellow noodles, rinsed and drained
Chopped scallions, for garnishing
Red chili, for garnishing
Fried shallots, for garnishing
1 lime, cut into wedges

Sauce:

2 tablespoon soy sauce
2 tablespoon sweet soy sauce or kecap manis
3 tablespoon tomato ketchup
Sugar and salt to taste

Method:

Heat up a wok and pour in the cooking oil. Add the garlic and stir fry until aromatic then add the bean curd and potato and tomato wedges. Do a few quick stirs and then add the yellow noodles and the Sauce and continue stirring until everything is well combined. Add sugar and salt to taste.

Add in the bean sprouts and quick stir for another 1 minute. Turn off the heat, dish out, garnish with the scallions, red chili, and fried shallots. Squeeze some lime juice over the noodles before eating.

Cook’s Note:

You can get fresh yellow noodles from Asian supermarket. Yellow noodles are yellow in color and oily. If you can’t find yellow noodles, just use spaghetti.

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6 comments... read them below or add one

  1. DZ says:

    Vegan mi goreng! I love the idea. And I’m sure it was a delicious treat for your friends… Looks good. Don’t forget extra sliced cilipadi at the side :) Thanks for sharing I will certainly try this soon.

  2. Bobbi says:

    What are “yellow Noodles” an explanation note in the recipe would be so helpful.
    Dry noodles, fresh ??
    where to buy and what to look for

    thanks

    • Yellow noodles are fresh Taiwanese/Hong Kong style noodles that you can get at Asian stores, they are yellow in color and coated with oil, so they are oily.

      • Brian says:

        I believe the yellow noodles contain egg…can you rec a non egg noodle that would go with your recipe?

        • You can use spaghetti, how’s that? :)

          • Matt says:

            I love the yellow noodles, use them all the time – here in Sydney they are always called ‘Hokkien Noodles’.

            They have a distinctive taste and texture – I’m struggling to think of a good substitute, but one possibility might be Japanese udon noodles, which I’m pretty sure have no egg. Of the same thickness, our Vietnamese grocers here sell a tapioca noodle.

            We have some great sellers of Mee Goreng here – I love the stuff – with everything in it – especially slices of fish cake :)

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